Talos Energy : A look into a rare partnership with Pemex

Recently Talos Energy along with project Zama discovered over 2 billion barrels of oil in the southern Gulf of Mexico. Much of the oil found in their block has been speculated to cross into Pemex’s (Mexico’s state-run oil company) adjacent block. In light of this, Talos Energy CEO Tim Duncan quickly discussed an immediate proposal to the Mexican government to form a partnership with Pemex. The partnership will allow each of the oil companies to be able to share their data with one another ultimately benefiting everyone.

Although partnerships aren’t rare in the business/oil industry a partnership with Pemex would be a rare move for the Mexican government. Since it’s establishment in the 1930’s, Pemex has held a position of not doing business with any private company. Although this decision allowed Pemex to flourish and grow to the levels of some of the worlds largest oil companies, allegations of corruption soon brought that to an end. Funds where cut almost to a third of their previous budget and Pemex profits and production began to decrease.

Despite this tradition, CEO Tim Duncan would reach out to President-elect Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador who has advocated during his campaign for president for the strengthening of Pemex. This would include bringing back funds and forming partnerships with outside entities to increase their production. The partnership was quickly accepted with Mexico’s oil regulator approving an appraisal plan to continue the Zuma project. Talos Energy themselves have invested an additional $325 million to begin drilling on two new wells. Drilling is expected to begin in late November of 2018 and should be producing over 150,000 barrels of oil by 2023. Although much of the fracture has not been agreed on, Tim Duncan says that this might be a good thing because it allows Talos Energy to continue their research in the area and generate stronger data before drilling begins.

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Learn How Ryan Seacreast Juggles His Busy Schedule

A dual television broadcast role on TV and a radio podcast are very complex job positions to juggle but not for Ryan Seacreast. He has been able to juggle a lucrative career along with other lifestyle endeavors. Seacreast was fortunate enough to be mentored by the late Dick Clark. He was able to learn the basics for his dual co-hosting position by the television guru himself. Clark informed him that people need to see that television isn’t wearing you down. Ryan Seacrest is able to make his busy schedule look easy. Today, he lives to spend time with his long time girlfriend, be successful, and drink a glass of his favorite wine.

He proudly works alongside daytime favorite, Kelly Ripa on the Live With Kelly and Ryan show. Together, that have made history on daytime television as the first hosts to enter the Guinness World Book of Records from their daytime talk show. They were able to get their entire studio audience to participate in the floss dance for one minute in the Big Apple. Their ratings are doing extremely well. Seacreast replaces original host, Regis Philbin and Michael Strahan. Ryan has done an amazing job as a replacement host.

Ryan Seacreast has also been able to co-executive produce the hit television show Keeping Up With The Kardashians. The KUWTK special guest has a major role on the show. There are over 4.8 million people that are watching the show each week. He also is the host and executive producer of the long running show American Idol with Simon Cowell. The show has been on prime time television for 10 years and features aspiring artists. Surprisingly, his radio podcast is also a fan favorite. His podcast currently has over 500,000 regular listeners each week.

Many people don’t know that Seacreast is an adamant fitness enthusiast. He tells People magazine; he loves to sneak away and exercise in between breaks. His clothing line is a rich line of suits that’s designed for laid back professional males. His suit jack has a unique casual treasure for men. Ryan Seacrest’s suit collection is available in select retail department stores around the world.

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Investing With an Expert: Matt Badiali

Penn State University graduate Matt Badiali holds a bachelor degree in science and a Master of Science degree in geology earned from Florida Atlantic University. He earned a Ph.D in 2004 from the University of North Carolina. It was at this institution that Badiali was introduced to the finance world. As they say, the rest is history. Badiali is what some would call a genius in his field. As such, many people know his name and want his investment advice when it’s time to make decisions in their personal and business life.

A good friend of Matt Badiali made the introduction to finances during his college years, recognizing the qualities that he could bring to the finances industry. Badiali’s friend held a Ph.D. in finances and believed that his friend would be an amazing advisor to investors who needed top-notch advice and tips. He knew that pursuing his friend to enter the science and finance and investment industry was something that he needed to do. This friend was correct in his assumptions. Badiali is a name that men and women in the investment industry recognize and want to get to now to ensure they make the best investment decisions when they’re investing in their future.

The Real Wealth Strategist is an investment newsletter written by Matt Badiali, published by the Banyan Hill publishing company. This newsletter allows Matt to give his followers a bit of his expertise and science education, helping them advance in the investment market. Matt provides information in an easy-to-understand manner that allows investors to do more with their resources and build higher investment profits. Matt wants his followers to understand investments because it is only with a clear understanding of the market that profits are made. Matt Badiali is a name worth getting to know if you want the best investment advice!

Insite Into Matt Badiali’s Methods

Matt Badiali wasn’t aspiring to be an investment guru when he entered college to study earth science and geology. He earned both a bachelor’s and master’s degree in these subjects. Then, he went to North Carolina to work on his doctorate. He then switched to securities after meeting a financial expert. The expert planned to invest in natural resources. Matt Badiali’s expertise in geology led to him asking that he perform research. Badiali began a new career traveling to mining sites, oil wells and corporate offices around the world.

Publication Dedicated to Natural Resource Investing

To provide informative advice on investing in natural resources, one must be an expert in financial matters and science. Matt Badiaili’s educational background and experience as a researcher give him increased insights. Badiali currently writes the financial newsletter Real Wealth Strategist for Banyan Hill.

Engaging Newsletter

People connect Badali’s advice on investments to real places and people because Badiali uses real places he’s traveled to. Readers learn about opportunities and trends that benefit them. They can take advantage of Badiali’s expertise in both natural resources and investments.

Matt Badiali’s Typical Day

Matt Badiali starts by 8:15 in the morning. He spends a minimum of two hours continuously writing because that’s when he is most productive. He examines financial news and replies to emails during late morning hours. Badiali makes it a point to check stock news and prices of stocks he recommends daily. He takes calls and attends meetings after lunch, but only writes for an hour and a half at most for the newsletter in the afternoons. He prefers exercise and reading later in the day.

Tips to Increase Productivity

Badiali warns against multitasking because the human brain is not a computer. He does not believe people can do three things at once. So, he attempts to do one thing at a time without being interrupted. He advises people to read more so they can make wiser investment decisions and recommends the Wall Street Journal and Bloomberg. Matt Badiali recognizes no one is perfect. He believes finding and acknowledging mistakes quickly is the best thing.